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Health Startups Seek to Expand Access to Care

A new startup, the “Iora” health clinic, seeks to provide elderly, low-income, and other needy patients with access to health coaches, yoga classes, and other

The Showdown Over Scooter Sharing

Ridesharing companies have been providing innovative transportation options for consumers for years now. Now, San Francisco and a number of other large U.S. cities have

Does Your State Pay the Most in Taxes?

Every year, the average U.S. household pays more than $5,700 in federal income taxes, regardless of their state of residence. However, state income taxes can

FOMO is Driving Millennials Into Debt

The Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO) may be to blame for Millennial debt. A survey from Credit Karma reveals that peer pressure may be the

Wells Fargo Hit With Major Fine

On April 19, Wells Fargo was ordered to pay $1 billion to settle complaints relating to borrowers who took out auto loans and home mortgages.

The Best States for Retirement

In 2017, Bankrate named New Hampshire the best state for retirees. A total of five factors were used in determining the best and worst states

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